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Galaxy F Release Date

Here are the Galaxy F specs and design details Samsung didn’t talk about

November 8th, 2018

Samsung on Wednesday delivered the main keynote of its SDC18 developer conference that’s currently underway in California, unveiling the phone we’ve been waiting for. The foldable Galaxy handset, which we’ll still refer to as Galaxy F until Samsung bestows an official name on it, and its Infinity Flex display aren’t just rumors at this point. …

Google Android foldables support

Google just announced Android support for foldable phone displays

November 7th, 2018

Phones with foldable displays might never be anything more than a niche product. Then again, if you’re Google, and you’re dealing with a seemingly never-ending reality of fragmentation among Android device makers with all kinds of different screens, sizes, and form factors, it might make sense to get in on the ground floor and offer …

Samsung Infinity Flex

Samsung just gave us a first look at its foldable smartphone display

November 7th, 2018

We’ve been hearing whispers about Samsung’s revolutionary smartphone with a foldable display for years now, but we’ve yet to actually see the phone, or the technology behind the display, in action. That all changed on Wednesday, as the South Korean conglomerate took the stage in San Francisco to show us exactly what it’s been working …

T-Mobile Vs Verizon

T-Mobile launches new prepaid unlimited plan to undercut Verizon

November 7th, 2018

Just yesterday, Verizon announced changes to its prepaid plans to make them more competitive with rival offerings. Effective immediately, prepaid plans from Verizon now start at $30 and top out at $65 instead of $75. The notable changes affect the carrier’s two top-end plans. A $45 unlimited talk and text plan with 8GB of data …

Samsung Galaxy F Release Date

Does the world want foldable smartphones? We’re about to find out

November 7th, 2018

When Samsung and a few other companies first began releasing oversized smartphones playfully referred to as “phablets,” I wrote about how uncomfortable they were to use and how the trend wasn’t likely to last very long at all. Well, here we are six years later and it’s pretty safe to say I was wrong. Of …